Thanks to a guidebook dated 1931 and careful research, Opificio Nunquam managed to give life to a typical Tuscan product of which traces had been lost at least half a century ago. An historic liqueur typical of Tuscany, Acqua di Firenze was an amber-coloured rosolio made with lemon peel, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Today it retains its original character, with intense floral, citrus and spicy aromas. On the palate it opens quite warm. With an alcohol content of 21 degrees it is suitable at any time as a pleasant drink.
Producer: Opificio Nunquam
Alc. %: 21